what type transmission fluid uses for a 1991 ford probe
The 1991 Ford Probe does not have a transmission fluid intake reservoir. All of the transmission fluid is contained in the transmission.
no but if you can find an 88 to 92 tranny it will work fine
how to check the fluid on a manual transmission for a 1989 ford probe gt
no it is not , your looking approx. 8.5 hrs in and out to replace a probe transmission....
Inside the transmission.
The automatic transmission is an A4LD in a 1991 Ford Explorer
no, the 89-92 engine/transmissions are different from the 93-97 ford probe.
will a 91 Mitsubishi eclipse body parts fit a 91 ford probe
It is in front of the radiator.
Yes 89-92 2.2l nonturbos are the same, and 89-92 turbos are the same
My Haynes repair manual for the Ford Explorer ( 1991 thru 1995 ) shows MERCON automatic transmission fluid in the automatic transmission
According to the 1996 Ford Probe Owner Guide : For the manual transaxle ( transmission ) ( Ford SAE 75W/90 gear oil , meeting Ford specification API GL-4 )
On a 1991 Ford Explorer : The A4LD automatic transmission uses MERCON automatic transmission fluid according to my Haynes Ford Explorer repair manual * the type of fluid used should be engraved into the automatic transmission fluid level dipstick
There are times in every cars life when you weigh the value verses the cost of repair. A transmission repair is roughly $2000.00 to get you a $750 car. You may wish to reconsider this decision. Even a used transmission installed by yourself may not be cost effective.
How would i repair a 1993 ford explorer 4.0 liter A4LD Transmission?
The 1991 Ford Probe spark ignition module can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
Negative......V6 uses different trans than I4
Yes,but the 93 and 94 enginges are obd1,while the 95-97 are obd2.
The transmission pan is directly under the transmission of the car. Follow the transmission dipstick tube down to find the transmission.
This generally indicates an electrical failure in the transmission. Get it fixed now, or you'll end up replacing it.